SHIFTING THE SPOTLIGHT

Recognizing the situation the world is facing, Future x Sounds has worked to put together a program that fosters introspection and creativity so that we as a community may survive this pandemic not to return to "business as usual," but a place of realized change. 

By Shifting the Spotlight onto their peers, community- builders, and activists, our curators have the unique opportunity to create powerful experiences that inspire artists, attendees, and society to shift perspectives and question the world around them.

MUSIC x COMMUNITY x ACTIVISM

COLLABORATION SESSIONS VOL.1 

NOW AVAILABLE

PROCEEDS SUPPORTING THE TROMBONE SHORTY FOUNDATION,

CAMPAIGN ZERO, DETROIT JUSTICE CENTER, AND BEAUTY 2 THE STREETZ

MUSIC

"COLLABORATION SESSIONS VOL. I" 

New original compositions and special collaborations curated and produced by our roster of iconic and award-winning artists

 

VIRTUAL RELEASE PARTY

SUPPORTING LOCAL COMMUNITIES

Proceeds of the release will be donated with guidance from our producers and curators

Producers + Curators

Georgia Anne Muldrow

Black Milk

 Influentially Daring

Singer, Songwriter,

And Producer

Acclaimed Producer,

Rapper, And Performer

Tank & The Bangas

 Grammy Nominated, 

OffBeat Award Winning 

Soul Group

Chris Dave

 Grammy Award Winning, 

Drummer, Composer 

And Bandleader

COMMUNITY

DR. SHAMELL BELL

CURATED BY:

“By curating this series for Future X Sounds, I aim to push forward a framework for an examination of our own methods and mediums of “activism”. Through this series of Radical Dialogues, we gather tools to ensure that in the “Day After” COVID-19 we do not return to business as usual.

 

Our Future X Sounds toolkit is a free resource designed to be used, shared, and added to, long after this event, built to continue ongoing conversations that implement change and create a reality unlike we've ever seen. What’s in your toolkit?"

Radical Dialogues

Discussions and interactive workshops will cover a wide range of topics such as: Healing Through Art, "The Day After" COVID-19, Mental Health, and Performance Art as Activism. Artists, activists, media, brands, and community-builders will collaborate to create a set of actionable recommendations & petitions for and from the music community and its ecosystem.  

STORYTELLERS:

 ALSO FEATURING:

 

JAY JORDAN • THABISILE GRIFFIN • ASMA ELHUNI • JESSICA BYRD • DARTMOUTH STUDENT UNION (DSU) • ADAEZE ADIGWEME • JANAY M. GARRETT • DR. TUNETTE POWELL• IFE JIE • TIFFANY PITTS • THE UNDERCOMMONS • BRITNEY CRAIG • COLLECTIVE UN/BECOMING • MICHELLE ANTOINETTE NELSON • CRYSTAL GREER • TANISHA SAUNDERS • ERIC COLY • ISAAC BRYAN • DR. AKILAH CADET • TANYA BARROW • MENELIK TAFARI • QUAN LATEEF-HILL • GENERAL JEFF

CRYSTAL TORRES

JOEL LEON

SIMI MOONLIGHT

JOSHUA KISSI

LINDA SARSOUR

JAMILAH LEMIEUX

ZELLIE IMANI

ERIKA TOTTEN

SAMORA PINDERHUGHES

ERICA BUDDINGTON

ELEUTHERA LISCH

ASH-LEE WOODARD HENDERSON

GINA BELAFONTE

DR. MILO DODSON

DR. CHEVONNA GAYLOR

KATELYN OHASHI

Collaborators

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